Motel 6 Cedar City
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Clean room and wonderful staff.
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... that let you know they had worn wet clothes for 2 days which resulted in uncomfortable chaffing. Victor and I wondered "why"? We asked one woman who had spent the morning in the Narrows. We knew she had gone in quite a ways because she had rented special shoes and a walking stick. She said it was amazing, a totally different kind of hiking and that she highly recommended it. We returned to the shuttle. I was puzzled and amazed by what I had ...
We Facetimed with Jed this morning. First time I've tried that. We were having trouble with the connection, but I finally moved to a good place in the room and we had a great conversation. It was nice to see his face and talk.
We finally had a nice clear day today. We've done a lot of driving and needed a oil change, so we went to Jiffy Lube around 9:30. Lucky for us there was no one else there, so we got right in. They were ...
... What made this a difficult hike was the steep rocky path which we had to climb in order to get to the upper pools. In places the path dropped quite quickly and we had to jump or clamber down in order to traverse its rocky outcrops. However, the views as we ascended were simply stunning. Each bend that we rounded was more beautiful than the next. The edges of the canyon were illuminated by the sun, with the red and pink layers seeming to change colour with every ...
... the usual crazy traffic that starts just north of Ogden and then for the next 100 kms past Salt Lake City until you get south of Provo its 6 lane bumper to bumper. The only saving grace is the HOV lane which although busy, at least moves at a reasonable pace.
Got into Cedar City about 4:30, another long day.
Things I discovered today, the contour video ...
... was a group in front of us, so we had to wait a while. Mike climbed up and gave Lyn and the boys a bonus go to try the equipment out. Tegz and I abstained; we didn’t fancy the climb! The boys all did well, whilst Tegz and I listened anxiously to a girl in the group in front of us crying loudly as she rappelled!
Soon, it was our turn! Io Had the Go Pro fitted and went first. He made it look easy! I went next. My fear of heights meant I ...